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Pappas Development Project Manager Ralph Crafton points to the small portion of the Reuben Ellwood Mansion that still exists was attached to the Fargo Hotel when Henry B. Fargo of Geneva constructed the hotel in 1926, sale of the property was restricted to allow Mary Whittemore, a daughter of Henry Whittemore, to remain in the portion of the home in her own private suite until her death. So the Fargo Hotel was constructed in an "L" shape around the mansion. Pappas Development plans to turn the 32 room Fargo Hotel into 12 single room apartments and four- two bedroom apartments, with room for commercial rentals on the ground floor on the new bulding they will call the Fargo Plaza. They will demolish what remains of the Reuben Ellwood Mansion.